Quite often when watching a sporting game of some sort, with real high quality, some insufferably smug git (often me TBH) will say something along the lines of “Football/Cricket/Kabaddi was the real winner”. I think it is fair to say that no one will be saying that about boxing after the events leading up to, and after the fight in Munich last night.
Del Boy Chisora
It would be probably dishonest to pretend that “shenanigens” and the sense of danger wasn’t a part of the appeal of the sport of boxing,
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Anyone who follows me on Twitter, or is a friend on Facebook will know I am a big fan of Mario Balotelli. The man is box office and as a top flight neutral I can’t help loving everything about the circus that goes with Mario Balotelli.
Yesterday, in a cracking game at the Etihad, Balotelli was once again at the centre of attention, plus ça change. He has be embroiled in a stamping controversy and I thought I would have my 2 cents. Now before I start I want to make
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Well for a variety of reasons Lunchtime Legend has been gathering dust for the last few weeks so I thought it was about time I posted something here!
And the topic is going to be one of my familiar tropes, football democracy. On Saturday I received my membership card for the Argyle Fans Trust. Around the same time as the news was breaking that the players and staff had once again not been paid by the club.
Whilst it had started to look like the club was moving in the
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